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Registration, Transcripts, Grades & Catalogs

Whether you need to review your academic progress with an adviser or simply check your grades, managing your academic career has never been easier thanks to the online tools and resources available at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.

Degree Navigator: Your Academic GPS

As you chart new academic territory, Rutgers Degree Navigator is an online guide to help registered students make the right course decisions.

Working with your academic adviser, you can: view your academic progress, explore “what if” scenarios when changing majors or choosing courses, keep track of your academic advising record, and much, much more. Learn more.

Your one-stop shop for access to a variety of online information and services, including:

 

  • Academic Calendar
  • Course Registration
  • Course Schedule
  • Degree Navigator
  • Diploma Applications
  • Grades
  • Transcript and Verification Requests
  • Veterans Certification
  • Voter Registration
  • and more…

“Degree Navigator made keeping track of my courses very easy. Seeing all the courses that satisfied a requirement in one place saved me tons of time. It was cool to see how my classes fulfilled requirements for my major and minor, and any other major or minor I looked up.”

—Alan Zastrow, Biological Sciences Major, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Rutgers catalogs are the source for degree and major requirements, as well as academic policies and procedures. Access both current and archived catalogs. Also, many school and departmental websites provide current and additional details.

Current and former students can request official transcripts, verifications of enrollment, or term grade reports online. After submitting an online request, documents can be picked up at the campus registrar’s office or mailed to the requestor.

Know the Deadlines

Important academic dates: Although you may have your mind set on spring break, there are a few key dates that you’ll want to remember, such as what is the last day to drop classes without receiving a “W” on your transcript? What’s the last day to drop courses and receive a full refund? When does the exam period start? The academic calendars have the important dates you’ll want to remember.
 

When can I start registering for classes? Look for new course schedules about two months prior to the start of the semester. Use the online registration system to get a head start on registering for courses.